As we lift ourselves up from one of most boring week’s on the sports calendar, Grey and myself dive back into the happenings of the last weekend in fantasy baseball. We touch on Tim Tebow’s virginity, elevators in people’s homes, the Brad Hand trade, and Matt Carpenter’s grueling pace. Later in the show we talk schmotatos to add, those to avoid, and whether Ian Desmond is on the verge of a good half of baseball. And as always shoutout to our sponsor Rotowear for providing the finest shirts in fantasy sports, and beyond. Don’t forget to head over to Rotowear.com and punch in our promo-code SAGNOF to get 20% off all Rotowear brand shirts. It’s another episode of the Razzball Podcast:

 

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  1. Anthony says:
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    Tyler Oneill in the minors still is so frustrating. Not sure why Seattle would have moved him when he would fill a need for them, and not sure why the Cardinals thought it was so important to trade for him, when he’d be the odd man out in an OF log jam. 3 home run day for him in Memphis the other day. He was hitting them in STL earlier this year before they sent him down too. As an orioles fan I’d love to have his kind of potential in the middle of the lineup. Do you think he could be a trade piece? Aside from Eloy and Vlad, he’s probably the next guy on my list of players that could potentially have multiple 35-40 home run season. What do you think? I know that’s a small group? Anyone else out there with that kind of cieling? Adell? Bobby Bradley?

    • Ralph Lifshitz

      Ralph Lifshitz says:
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      @Anthony: He could be a trade piece I don’t really know. Gorman, Kirilloff, and Seuly

  2. Anthony says:
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    Also, if I’m “exploring” for pitching, is poncedeleon a good option? Looked good yesterday.

    • batflix says:
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      @Anthony: no

    • Ralph Lifshitz

      Ralph Lifshitz says:
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      @Anthony: I don’t buy is long term.

  3. Sport says:
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    I’m struggling with wanting Justin Dunn and Adonis Medina on my teams. In the two leagues they are available the bottom ranked pitchers on your list that I have rostered are Duplantier, Touki, Jorge Guzman, and Graterol.

    In your Top 500, Medina is higher than Dunn, and both above Guzman. Has either Dunn or Medina passed up Duplantier or Touki or are they still a ‘tier’ or two lower?

    • Ralph Lifshitz

      Ralph Lifshitz says:
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      @Sport: Medina over Guzman.

  4. Anthony says:
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    Make it two more for Tyler Oneill today

    • Ralph Lifshitz

      Ralph Lifshitz says:
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      @Anthony: Yes sir! TO!

  5. Slappy Jack says:
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    need video pls

  6. batflix says:
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    Bloggers EXPOSED !

    get cultured
    learn to breed bro’s

    no chance in hell Tebow hasn’t dipped the stick somewhere somehow

    • Ralph Lifshitz

      Ralph Lifshitz says:
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      @batflix: Breed bros!

  7. Young Jedi says:
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    Ralph listening to the podcast today I thought I heard you say you liked Hampson better than Kingery. Did I hear that right? In a dynasty OBP lg would you trade Kingery for Odor then? Thanks, love the show!

  8. Milarky says:
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    Yo Ralph, great pod again! I claimed Corey Seager off waivers for the sole purpose of trading him for a prospect (can only keep one SS into next year, and I lucked into Story). We only get to hang onto 3 designated prospects year to year, so it’s a bit of a crapshoot on who will be kept especially given that we must start both a rookie hitter and pitcher.

    I already have Tucker, Kingery, Buehler, Hiura, Trammell, Sixto. Noone seems to want to give me a blue-chipper for Seager to make it a slam dunk, but I can probably get one of the following guys – can you rank the top 3 I should shoot for? Is it as simple as going by your rankings given this convoluted scenario?

    Ryan McMahon (1 year left as prospect keeper)
    Peter Alonso (2 years left as a prospect keeper)
    Austin Riley (2 years left as a prospect keeper)
    Alex Kiriloff (2 years left as a prospect keeper)
    Tyler O’Neil (1 year left as prospect keeper)
    Gerrett Hampson (2 years left as a prospect keeper)

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